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Tribe Alive’s Carly Burson Shares Her Guide to Fort Worth

Our October 2018 Mom Next Door's favorites in fashion, wellness and around North Texas

Go-to shopping spots (besides Tribe Alive):
Hackwith Design House: “They source all of their products ethically and employ all American seamstresses. I love them for laid back, casual everyday looks.”

Gifted: “The owner ethically curates from artisans and American makers and carries some really unique, beautiful things.”
212 Carroll St., Suite 110, Fort Worth // giftedftw.com

Can’t-live-without wellness products:
doTERRA Essential oils: “DigestZen by doTERRA has changed my traveling health and keeps my system in alignment. On Guard is a thieves-based oil that really helps my immunity. I don’t have time to get sick so I take that to keep me healthy. And, of course, lavender for everything.”
DigestZen, $41.33 // On Guard, $42.67 // doterra.com

Go-to daily uniform:
“I love classic and vintage Levi’s. I also love Everlane and Tribe Alive’s newest high-rise jean. I try to focus on brands that sell American-made or ethically manufactured denim.”
Levi’s, prices begin at $59 // levi.com // Everlane, prices begin at $68 // everlane.com

Favorite place for a pick-me-up:
“Sadly I don’t venture out of Fort Worth often, but I do love West Oak Coffee Bar in Denton.”
114 W. Oak St., Denton // westoakcoffee.com

Favorite spots to grab a bite:
Cannon Chinese Kitchen: “The most amazing Chinese tapas in a beautiful renovated bungalow. It’s a fun place to go and share plates with friends—just an incredible atmosphere and the owner is wonderful!”
304 W. Cannon St., Fort Worth // cannonchinesekitchen.com

Americado: “I love going here with the moms from my daughter’s school. It has a huge field where kids can run all around—it’s very community driven. The kids can play while we catch up and enjoy amazing margaritas!”
2000 W. Berry St., Fort Worth // americadofw.com

For our Q&A with Tribe Alive founder Carly Burson, click here.